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Layton Williams in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

Layton Williams in Everybody's Talking About Jamie

London Theatre News Today: Joseph now on sale, a national search for a new Jamie & more…

By Megan Ross First Published 27 September 2019, Last Updated 22 October 2019

There are two big new shows to book your tickets to today! Check out our round up of the day’s goings-on here.

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is now on sale for Summer 2020, following it’s sell-out run at the Palladium this year.

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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the award-winning feel good musical sensation, today announces the opening of a new booking period until Saturday 29 August 2020. Plus, as Layton Williams, the current star, sets off from the Apollo to lead the first national tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the Producers are launching a national search for an outstandingly talented undiscovered young performer to play schoolboy Jamie at the Apollo theatre from January 2020. Open auditions will be held at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield on 8 October and at the Apollo Theatre, London on 10 October. More information about open auditions here.

Tickets are now on sale for Upstart Crow, book now to see David Mitchell make his West End debut next year in a stage adaptation of the critically acclaimed BBC sitcom about William Shakespeare.

Related Article: Dame Judi Dench & David Tennant to feature in RSC’s new online series
Starting from 13 July, RSC will be hosting a series of online conversations with Associate & Honorary Associate Artists from throughout its history.
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